Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Linda Woodward Geiger, CG, CGL - Speaker Profile

E-mail: lwgeiger@woodward-geiger.com
Website: http://www.woodward-geiger.com
Location: Jasper, Georgia, USA, available to travel locally and throughout the United States. Also available for virtual presentations. Presentations: Please see http://www.woodward-geiger.com/training_topics.htm for additional information and a list of selected presentation titles relating to
  • Technology / computer Topics
  • Specific Genealogical Records
  • Methodology
  • Archives and Repositories
  • Federal Records
  • Southeastern Indians (Five Civilized Tribes)
  • Hands-on-workshops
Speaking Engagements:
8 January 2013Sponsor: Illinois State Genealogical Soceity
Webinar, 9:00pm Eastern Time
"Beyond the WWI Draft Cards: Additional Selective Service Records"
17 January 2013Sponsor:  Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree Extension
Webinar, 9:00pm Eastern Time
"Documentation: Never Having to Ask, 'Where Did That Come From?'"
2 February 2013Sponsor:  Legacy Family Tree (Millennia Corporation)
Webinar, 2:00pm Eastern Time
"Online Genealogy: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
3 April 2013Sponsor:  Legacy Family Tree (Millennia Corporation)
Webinar, 2:00pm Eastern Time
"Evidence: Guidelines for Evaluating Genealogical Evidence"
20 April 2013Sponsor:  Tulsa City-County Library
All day seminar:
    U.S. Territorial Papers, 1789รข€“1873: Records of the Frontiersmen
    Beyond the Draft Cards: Additional WWI Selective Service Records
    When There Are No Civil Vital Registrations: Alternative Sources
    Using Tax Lists to Solve Genealogical Problems
10-15 June 2013
Institue of Genealogical and Historical Research (IGHR)
Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
Course 1: Techniques and Technology
       "Handwriting, Abstracts & Extracts" (2 hour session)
Course 3: Research in the South, Part II
       "Territorial Records of the South & other Regions"
       "More Federal Records of Interest to Southern Researchers"
       "Federal Agency Records of the Modern South"
Course 9: Coordinator and staff "Five Civilized Tribes: The Records and Where to Find Them"
21-24 August 2013
FGS Annual Conference 
      Your Society and the Internet, Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm, W-127
      The Postman Cometh: Using Federal Postal Records (RG 28), Thursday, 3:30-4:30 pm, T-229
      Getting the Most from the Records: Wring Them Dry, Friday, 2:00-3:00 pm, F-330
4 September 2013Sponsor:  Legacy Family Tree (Millennia Corporation)
Webinar, 2:00pm Eastern Time
"Getting the Most from Your Records: Putting Them Through the Wringer!" Blogs:  http://www.musingsbylinda.com/anamnesis/

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Colleen McHugh - Speaker Profile

Colleen McHugh

E-mail: omchodoy@yahoo.com
Blog: http://www.omchorations.blogspot.com/   ; http://www.omchodoy.blogspot.com/
Location: Tucson, Arizona. Available for engagements in Arizona.
Topics: How to get started in genealogy research. Specializes in analyzing information;developing personality profiles based on historical data; understanding the role of culture in genealogy research; using genealogical findings to understand ourselves.

Presentations (contact speaker for a complete list and Speaker Packet with fees and other info):
  • When the Past Meets the Present to Change the Future: Using Genograms.
  • Learn about YOU by Learning About THEM: Using Historical Data and Family Interviews in Genealogical Research.
  • Learn about YOU by Learning About THEM: The Role of Culture in Genealogical Research.
  • The Genealogical Journey: Do it Right the First Time
  • The Genealogical Journey: Make it Meaningful

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Welcome to GeneaSpeak

Welcome to GeneaSpeak - a free resource for the genealogy community - listing speaking engagements and profiles of genealogy speakers and presenters as well as calls for papers and upcoming genealogy conferences.

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Use the Labels section in the sidebar to browse through the various speaker profiles listed here at GeneaSpeak.

Speaker Calendar

The Speaker Calendar lists upcoming speaking engagements in the genealogy community both at conferences, webinars and genealogy society meetings.

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Angela Y. Walton-Raji - Speaker Profile

Angela Y. Walton-Raji

E-mail: AngelaW859@aol.com
Blog: http://www.african-nativeamerican.com, http://www.beginninggenealogist.com, http://www.arkansasfreedmen.com
Location: Maryland. Available for presentations nationwide.
Topics: Researching Native American Ancestors; Documenting Indian ancestors in African American Families; Community research thorough Civil War Soldiers; Methods of Research Slavery Era for Descendants of Slaves; United States Colored Troops; Black Soldiers of the Trans-Mississippi West; Telling the family story; Researching Online, Offline and Beyond; Civil War; Basic Native American Research
Presentations (contact speaker for a complete list and Speaker Packet with fees and other info):
  • Basics of Researching Blended Families
  • Researching Afr. Americans, Enslaved & Free
  • Freedmen of the Frontier
  • Finding and Telling the Story of a Community
  • Documenting and Telling your Story
  • Understanding DNA for African-American Research
  • Researching Blended Families
  • Native American General Research

Paula Stuart-Warren - Speaker Profile

Paula Stuart-Warren

E-mail: PaulaStuartWarren@gmail.com
Blog: http://www.PaulaStuartWarren.blogspot.com
Location: Minneapolis/St. Paul area, Minnesota; available for travel to any location.
Topics: Repositories, unusual sources, writing, methodology, geographic areas, manuscripts
Presentations (contact speaker for a complete list and Speaker Packet with fees and other info):
  • Finding and Using Manuscript Repositories and Special Collections
  • Railroad Records and Railroad History: Methods for Tracking
  • Research Rewards in County Courthouse and Town Hall Records
  • Tho' They Were Poor, They May Have Been Rich in Records
  • The U.S. Federal Government: Underutilized Research Sources
  • NUCMC & Its Cousins: Keys to "Lost" Ancestral Records
  • Where are Those Records They Told Me to Check?
  • A Baker’s Dozen: Easy Ways to Begin Writing Your Family History
  • Major Midwestern Archives & Their Records

Randy Seaver - Speaker Profile

Randy Seaver

E-mail: rjseaver@cox.net
Website: http://www.geneamusings.com
Location: Chula Vista, San Diego County, California. Will travel to Southern California locations for negotiable expenses and honorarium.
Topics: Elusive Ancestors, Online Resources, Census Resources, Ancestry.com, Footnote.com, Genealogy Humor
  • Ancestry.com 101
  • Doing a Reasonably Exhaustive Search
  • Exploring Footnote.com
  • Finding Elusive Ancestors in the Census Haystack
  • Finding Your Elusive Ancestors
  • Finding your Elusive Female Ancestors
  • Genealogy is Fun! Seriously.
  • Genealogy Websites You Can Use
  • Overview of New England Research
  • Searching Ancestry.com Effectively
  • Using FamilySearch.org
  • Wikis for Genealogy

Karen Packard Rhodes - Speaker Profile

Karen Packard Rhodes

E-Mail: rhodes-karen@comcast.net
Blog: http://karenaboutgenealogy.blogspot.com
Location: Middleburg, Florida (just south of Jacksonville) Available within 100 miles, northeast and central Florida and south Georgia

  • Our Black Sheep Ancestors: How to Approach Them
  • Quirks of the Florida State Census
  • Navigating the National Archives Website
  • Bare Bones: Getting Started in Your Genealogy
  • Paleography: Interpreting Old Handwriting (covers Spanish and English colonial documents)
  • Family Legends: Truth or Fiction?
  • Using Blogs, Podcasts, and Twitter for Genealogy

Thomas MacEntee - Speaker Profile

Thomas MacEntee

Website: http://hidefgen.com
Location: Chicago, IL, USA, available locally, nationally and Canada
Topics: genealogy and technology, social media, blogging, Facebook, Twitter, wikis
Presentations: (see http://hidefgen.com/presentations/ for more information)
  • 21st Century Marketing for Genealogists
  • 21st Century Marketing for Genealogy Societies
  • Approaching the Lectern: How to Become a Genealogy Speaker
  • Backing Up Your Genealogy Data
  • Become a Genealogy Blog Reader
  • Blogger for Beginners
  • Build a Genealogy Blog
  • Building a Research Toolbox
  • Creating a Family Genealogy Workspace
  • Dropbox for Genealogists
  • Facebook for Genealogists
  • Genealogical Uses for QR Codes
  • Google Docs for Genealogists
  • Google for Genealogists
  • Google Forms for Genealogists
  • Impact of Genealogy Blogs on the Genealogy Industry
  • It Is Well With My Soul – Finding Ancestors Amid the Rubble of Disaster and Misfortune
  • Managing Your Genealogy Data
  • Self-Publishing for Genealogists and Genealogy Societies
  • Social Media Workshop – Marketing Yourself Virtually
  • Social Networking: New Horizons for Genealogists
  • They’re Alive: Searching for Living Persons
  • Twitter: It’s Not Just “What I Had for Breakfast” Anymore
  • Virtual Meetings for Genealogical Societies
  • Virtual Meetings for Genealogists
  • Wikis for Genealogists

Kathryn Lake - Speaker Profile

Kathryn Lake

E-mail: looking4ancestors@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.looking4ancestors.com
Location: Windsor, Ontario, Canada, available locally, nationally and in U.S.
Topics: Canadian and English records, Loyalist research, methodology, social media including Facebook and Twitter, blogging
  • Mapping Your Ancestor's Footsteps
  • Points of Entry: Canadian/U.S. Border Crossing Records, Immigration and Ship Passenger Lists
  • 21st Century Genealogy - How to Use Social Media in Your Family History Research
  • For King and Country: How to Research Your Loyalist Ancestor
  • Digging Your Canadian Roots
  • How to Get Started Researching US & Canadian Census Records
  • How to Make the Most of Canadian Census Records
  • How to Use Online English & Welsh Census Indexes

Karen Krugman - Speaker Profile

Karen Krugman

E-mail: researcher@miprofgenie.com
Website: http://www.miprofgenie.com
Location: Franklin, Michigan, locally and available for travel
Topics: female ancestors, sourcing, Internet genealogy, long distance genealogy
  • Extra Extra Read All About It
    There's more to newspapers than obituaries.
  • Chasing Your Elusive Ancestor On the Internet
    Hints & ideas for chasing grandpa down on the internet.
  • Color Your Ancestor Alive!
    Bring your ancestors to life in color - add more than just names & dates to your genealogy files.
  • Cemetery Records - Dying to get in there!
    Reasons you need to check out the resting place of your ancestors.
  • Sourcing - Who Needs It, Anyway?
    Talk shows reasons why it is important for you to source your material.
  • So Your Female Ancestor Has No Surname?
    Female ancestors are the biggest brick wall most researchers face. This talk could give you the tools to break down that wall.
  • Researching There When You Are Here
    So All your ancestors aren't in Michigan? This talk will show you how to work around that.
  • STUMBLE - My Favorite Way To Find Ancestors
    How Stumbling helps me find my ancestors!
  • Where Do I Go From Here?
    A Beginners Intro Genealogy Class.

Leslie Albrecht Huber - Speaker Profile

Leslie Albrecht Huber

E-mail: lahuber@understandingyourancestors.com
Websites: http://www.understandingyourancestors.com; http://www.thejourneytakers.com
Location: Belchertown, MA, I am available to travel
Topics: Immigration, German Research, Writing, Social History
Presentations: (for more information visit http://www.understandingyourancestors.com/lectureTopics.aspx)
  • The Journey Takers: An Inside Look at Immigration Research
  • Writing a Page-Turning (But True) Family History
  • Beyond Names and Dates: Uncovering Your Ancestors' Stories
  • Eight Ways to Cross the Ocean (a lecture on immigration sources)
  • Crossing the Ocean with the Internet (similar to above lecture, but focused on internet immigration sources)
  • Smith or Schmidt: Keeping Track of Name Changes
  • Get Organized: Take Control of Your Research Projects
  • Understanding Your Western European Ancestors Can Help You Trace Them
  • Voyage to America (about what the immigration experience was like)
  • 300 Years of German Immigration
  • Getting the Most Out of FamilySearch.org
  • Get Published in Magazines!
  • Researching and Writing Your Ancestors' Stories (2 hour workshop)
  • Jumping Over the Immigration Hurdle (2 hour workshop)

Michael Hait - Speaker Profile

Michael Hait

E-mail: michael.hait@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.haitfamilyresearch.com
Location: Washington, DC, metro; available East Coast U. S.; available to lecture remotely
Topics: U.S. Civil War, African-American Genealogy, Genealogical Proof Standard, Federal Census Records, Maryland Research

  • African-American Genealogy: Tearing Down the Brickwalls
  • Identifying Slave Owners in Maryland
  • Online State Resources for Genealogy: Beyond Ancestry™ and FamilySearch™
  • Researching Online at the Maryland State Archives Website
  • What is a 'Reasonably Exhaustive Search'?
  • Your Civil War Ancestors: A Guide To Research

Mary Clement Douglass - Speaker Profile

Mary Clement Douglass

E-mail: mdoug_hm@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.historical-matters.com
Blog: Notes That Matter at http://www.historical-matters.com
Location: Salina, KS, available nationwide
Topics: preservation of archival collections, lineage societies, genealogical methods, research in Kansas and Iowa

  • "Cheating Time" Methods for preserving family heirlooms, papers and photographs for the next generation
  • "Help! I've Fallen Under My Genealogy Notes and I Can't Get Up"
    Organize your notes so you can find what you need, when you want it
  • "Introduction to Land in America"
  • "Kinship Theory and Genealogy"
    Family is more than just a blood-line.
  • "Women Homesteaders"
  • "The Numerical Index"
    The other land record. Trace the land itself to find missing heirs and migration paths
  • "Genealogy 101"
    A brief introduction to genealogy and family history for beginners
  • "Best Sources for Civil War Research"
    Top Five places to find records on your Civil War ancestor, and a few more.
  • "The Silent Stone Speaks"
    Learn what organizations your ancestor belonged to by the symbols on their tombstones
  • "Portrait of an ancestor"
    Place your ancestors in their historical context.
  • "More Than Just Pretty Pictures"
    Effectively use maps in genealogical research. Geography for genealogists.
  • "Bring' em Back Alive!: Capturing Ancestors Today"
    Tips for recording and transcribing oral histories of the living ancestors.
  • "There's No Place Like Home!"
    Find your ancestors without leaving the comfort of your hometown using home and local library resources.
  • "Don't Leave Home Without It"
    Prepare to take your research on the road and make your trip effective.
  • "Getting Past Your Brick Wall"
    The clue you need may be buried in your notes. Learn the secret used by the professionals -- the research report.
  • "Read That Deed For All Its Worth"
    Are you using ALL the clues found in a deed, mortgage, lease, and other individual land transfers?
  • "So you want to hire a professional genealogist"
    How to contact, evaluate, and engage a professional genealogist and get the best value for your money.
  • "So you want to be a professional genealogist"
    Some things to think about before you "hang out your shingle."
  • "A Proud Heritage"
    Are you eligible for membership in one of the many hereditary societies? Learn how to submit a successful application.
  • "Genealogical Research in Iowa"
    An overview of the history, geography and settlement of Iowa with the major repositories for genealogical research
  • "Historic Trails Across Kansas"
    Because of the state’s central location, Kansas was a pass-through area for many early trails. These included military roads, commercial trails and immigrant routes westward.
  • "Genealogical research in Kansas"
    An overview of the history, geography and settlement of Kansas with the major repositories for genealogical research
  • "Kansas on the World Wide Web"

Schelly Talalay Dardashti - Speaker Profile

Schelly Talalay Dardashti

E-mail: schelly@tracingthetribe.com
Website: http://tracingthetribe.blogspot.com/
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog
International Jewish Graveyard Rabbi
MyHeritage Genealogy Blog

New Mexico, available internationally

MyHeritage.com US Genealogy Advisor
New Mexico Jewish Historical Society, Genealogy Group co-chair
Sandoval County Genealogical Society (New Mexico), organizing committee

Topics: Jewish Genealogy, Sephardic Genealogy and Resources, DNA, Creating DNA Projects, Wonderful World of Genealogy Blogging, Iranian Jews, Sephardim in Eastern Europe, Creating Ancestral Communities Online, Social Media,

  • IberianAshkenaz Project: From the Administrator's Viewpoint
  • Wonderful World of Genealogy Blogging
  • Creating a Genealogy Blog: Personal, Name or Geographic Location
  • Creating Hope: How writing on genealogy for wide audiences creates hope
  • The Jews of Iran
  • Creating a DNA Project: IberianAshkenaz Project as a Case Study
  • Creating Online Ancestral Communities
  • Sephardic Genealogy Comes of Age
  • Social Media for 21st-Century Genealogists

Elyse Doerflinger - Speaker Profile

Elyse Doerflinger

E-mail: GenealogistElyse@gmail.com
Blog: Elyse's Genealogy Blog at http://elysesgenes.blogspot.com/
Location: Lomita, CA, available locally and nationwide
Topics: U.S Research, Genealogy on the internet, using technology and genealogy, Organization techniques, Census research, research in California, Genealogy on a budget
  • Using Social Networks For Genealogy
  • Organizing The Paper Mountain
  • Understanding the U.S. Census
  • Genealogy on a Budget

Stephen Danko - Speaker Profile

Stephen J. Danko, PhD, PLCGS

E-mail: stephen@stephendanko.com
Website: http://www.stephendanko.com/
Location: San Francisco, California, available locally and nationally
Topics: European genealogy, immigration, methodology, technology
  • A Brief History of Germany for Genealogists
  • A New Look at Immigrant Passenger Manifests
  • Canadian Immigration Records
  • Choosing a DNA Test for Genetic Genealogy
  • Genealogy and the Changing Map of Eastern Europe
  • Genealogy Blogs: New Ways to Disseminate Genealogy
  • Genealogy Gadgets and Gizmos: New Technology to Help in Your Research
  • Polish Court Records
  • Reading German Gothic Handwriting
  • The Genealogical Proof Standard
  • Understanding the Slownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego
  • Understanding Meyers Orts- und Verkehrs-Lexikon
  • United States Immigration Records
  • United States Naturalization Records
  • Using DNA and Indirect Evidence to Establish Family Relationships

Luckie Daniels - Speaker Profile

Luckie Daniels

Email: luckiedaniels@gmail.com
Website: Our Georgia Roots, Our Alabama Roots, Low Country Africana - Coordinator of Georgia Records
Location: Atlanta, Georgia; available nationally
Topics: Slave Ancestry, African-American, LowCountry (SC, FL and GA), Social Media + Genealogy, Utilizing technology to support genealogy research, SEO for genealogy websites/blogs
  • From Roots... Come Branches: A Beginner’s Guide To African American Genealogy Research
  • Unlocking The Door To Your Nameless Ancestor: Keys to Researching Your African American Ancestor Before 1865
  • Come Out Of The Archives: Taking Your Research Online
  • Blogging, Tweeting and Social Networking ~ African-American Research for the New Millennium

Lisa Louise Cooke - Speaker Profile

Lisa Louise Cooke

Email: genealogygemspodcast@gmail.com
Website: http://www.GenealogyGems.TV including:
The Genealogy Gems News Blog
The Genealogy Gems Podcast
The Family History: Genealogy Made Easy Podcast
Location: San Ramon, CA, available nationwide
Topics: Google, Online Research, Technology, Podcasts, Blogs, Creative Projects, Newspaper, Immigration & Naturalization, Research Preservation, Living Relatives
  • Google: A Goldmine of Genealogy Gems Part I
    Turn Google into your own personal genealogy assistant!
  • Google: A Goldmine of Genealogy Gems Part II
    Taking Google to the next level!
  • Genealogy Podcasts and Blogs 101
    Demystifying the fantastic free educational resources of genealogy podcasts and blogs.
  • Sharing the Joy – Projects That Will Captivate the Non-Genealogists in Your Life
    Inspirational projects anyone can do that will captivate interest and generate family history conversation.
  • How to Save Your Research from Destruction & Ensure It's Future Survival
    Everything you need to know to ensure your research for generations to come including Deeds of Gift to Genealogical Materials Directives.
  • Newspaper Research: Getting the Scoop on Your Ancestors
    Everything you need to know to find you ancestors in online and archived historic newspapers.
  • Unleash Your Inner Private Eye: Strategies for Finding Living Relatives
    To find living relatives you need to think a little less like a genealogists and a little more like a private detective. Learn 7 key strategies used by real gumshoes.
  • The Journey of Your Ancestors – Immigration and Naturalization Research
    An introduction to Immigration and Naturalization records.

Ruby Coleman - Speaker Profile

Ruby Coleman

E-mail: rcoleman@inebraska.com
Website: http://www.incolor.com/rcoleman
Location: North Platte, NE, available locally and nationwide
Topics: Library Research, Courthouse Research, Census, Nebraska, Female Ancestors, Networking, Land Records, Motivation
  • After the Library . . . Using Courthouse Records
  • When the Census Taker Came Grandpa Was in the Outhouse
  • Census Between: Iowa and Nebraska Territorial and State Censuses
  • Roots in Nebraska
  • Nebraska Trails Across and Research Through
  • Motivation, Evaluation and Action
  • Making Interlibrary Loan Work for Genealogists
  • Don't Look Now ... Your Genealogy is Showing
  • Land Records and Human History Kith and Kin
  • Networking Your Research
  • Lonesome Wives, Wanton Women and Prairie Mothers
  • Dot to Dot ... Effective Research

Jack Butler - Speaker Profile

Jack Butler

E-mail: jackbutler@shwgenealogy.com
Website: http://www.shwgenealogy.com
Blog: http://genealogyjack.blogspot.com/
Location: Central Florida, available nationwide
Topics: Identifying Female Ancestors, Making Maximum Use of the Census, Finding Kin in Newspapers, Using timelines, journals, diaries & other non-typical records, Finding and using Territorial Records, Using Land Records, Using Probate Records, Organizing genealogy records on the computer. Genealogy through the Internet
  • The Tombstone Just Said "Wife of..." - Finding the women in your family history
  • Making Sense of the Census
  • Coming Back to Our Census - a new look at rarely noticed columns
  • "Died Suddenly on Friday Last, of a Gunshot" - Finding Kin in Early Newspapers
  • “And Now…The Rest of the Story” – Finding and using diaries, journals, histories,
  • to peek into our ancestors lives
  • Before They Were States...Finding and Using Territorial Records
  • Hear Ye, Hear Ye - Making the County Courthouse Testify for You
  • Land Records – Perhaps the Greatest Under-utilized Resource
  • Records From the Southeastern Indian Wars
  • Wills & Estates - Genealogy's Gold Mines
  • Organizing Your Genealogy in the Computer Age

Blaine Bettinger - Speaker Profile

Blaine Bettinger
E-mail: blainebettinger@gmail.com
Website: http://www.thegeneticgenealogist.com
Location: Syracuse, NY, available throughout Northeast and nationally
Topics: genetic genealogy
  • Using DNA to Explore Your Ancestry

Lisa Alzo - Speaker Profile

Lisa A. Alzo, M.F.A.

E-mail: lisa@lisaalzo.com
Website: http://www.lisaalzo.com
Location: Ithaca, NY, available nationwide
Topics: Eastern European Research (esp. Slovak), Writing Your Family History, Finding Your Female Ancestors, Immigrant Cluster Communities, Genealogy on the Internet/Genealogy & Technology, Specialty Research (Ellis Island, 1930 Census), Organizational Techniques
  • Demystifying Eastern European Research
  • Crossing the Pond: Techniques for Finding Your Elusive Eastern European Ancestors
  • Write Your Family History Step by Step
  • Murder, Mayhem and Town Tragedy
  • The 'A' Article, Writing for Genealogy Magazines
  • Identifying Immigrant Cluster Communities
  • Researching Your Roots in the 21st Century
  • The Evidence: Following Online Clues to Solve your Family History Mysteries
  • Virtual Reunion: Connect Your Family Online
  • Find Your Slovak Roots Online
  • Finding Your Immigrant Ancestors in the Ellis Island Database
  • Silent Voices: Telling the Stories of Your Female Immigrant Ancestors
  • Three Slovak Women: Telling the Story of One Slovak-American Family Using Oral & Social History
  • 365 Ways to Discover Your Family History
  • Confessions of a Genealogist
  • 20th Century Desperate Housewives